2019 Registration Now Open!!!

Registration closes March 1 – any registrations received after March 1 will only be accepted if space allows.

2019 Registration Information PDF

2012 born players can register in either Initiation or Senior Rally Cap (Mites)
2010 born players can register in either Senior Rally Cap (Mites) or 11U
Players will be evaluated at Spring Training to ensure they are in the correct level
To register players born in 2012-2015 click below
Initiation Registration 2019

To register players born in 2001-2012 click below
All Other Age Groups 2019 Registration

LMBA Information Night

Wednesday February 6
4-8pm @ Servus

ALL registrations must be done ONLINE this season. There will be no paper registrations accepted.

Please attend the information sessions if you wish to:
– drop off any payments by cheque
– get assistance with online registration (we will have computers on hand)
– have your questions about the 2019 season answered

AA Twins Head Coach Applications Open

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Twins AA Provincial Team Tryouts

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Thank You!

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We are often asked about off-season training for kids and there are some options that we want to make you aware of:

Bulldogs Baseball Academy – offers training sessions for players of various ages at the Synergy Vault. Please see their Facebook Page for more information.

Heavy Hitters – Programs are offered at Heavy Hitters throughout the year. Please see their Facebook Page for more details.

Holy Rosary High School Baseball – Phys-Ed class is offered for players from grades 8-12 that looks at skill development. Please contact the school for more information 780-875-3600.

2018 Tournament Sponsor

LMBA is pleased to announce Newcart Contracting Ltd. as its 2018 tournament sponsor. Mite, Mosquito and Pee Wee groups will be on the diamonds on June 16 – 18 throughout the city. If you have a chance, please like their Facebook page and give them a big thanks for their support!


Husky Energy supports its employees who volunteer in the communities where they live and work through its Husky Energy Community Grant Program. This Community Grant Program invests funds for its not-for-profit organizations that the Company’s employees are involved with. Through this program, Husky and its employees are making measurable impact on improving the life of others. In particular, we’d like to recognize Michael Hill.
LMBA is grateful to have the support of Michael Hill from Husky Energy who volunteered with us as a coach. This, combined with the funding from the Husky Energy Community Grant Program, helps us help others. Thank you!

LMBA is pleased to have Kidsport and Jumpstart assist us in supporting all kids being able to play ball. Please email us or click on the images below for more information on the supports these great organizations provide!

LMBA wishes to acknowledge The Community Initiatives Fund for its contributions for the diamond improvements made this year. We appreciate their support as we continue to grow the game in Lloydminster.

LMBA wishes to acknowledge funding from Saskatchewan Lotteries and the City of Lloydminster as part of its batting cage project.